Global teamed up with Cornell University to complete a survey about those who travel and have allergies. September 06, 2012
The Survey Research Institute at Cornell University conducted a survey of a sampling of 2347 people, with a total success of 329 respondents...On average, respondents stayed 12 nights per year in hotels or motels and 41% of the respondents had allergy issues. Fifty-five percent of respondents said the availability of allergy friendly rooms would cause them to choose a particular hotel over comparable options without such rooms.
Hotels are beginning to catch on to the allergy friendly trend and a recent study done by the American Hotel and Lodging association stated that 34% of hotels now offer allergy friendly accommodations...All Natural Plant Based Cleaners, Terafore">natural plant based cleaners, complete cleaning and shielding of the air handling unit, shielding of all surfaces in the room, and the installation of a medical grade air cleaner.
The Cornell study also pointed to the fact that consumers are willing to pay for this new offering; 62% of respondents said they would be willing to pay a premium of at least $10 or more to stay in an allergy friendly environment...The study also concluded that 81% of respondents wanted to be informed by travel agents and reservation agents about the availability of hotels with allergy friendly accommodations at time of booking or check in. For more information on hotels with allergy friendly accommodations go to http://www.pureroom.com or http://www.allergyfriendlyhotels.com. Global is the leader in allergy friendly rooms for the hospitality industry. Millions of allergy and asthma sufferers all over the world now have available, for the first time, a patented and market-tested solution for an allergy friendly hotel room...Room please visit: http://www.pureroom.com
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